Franklin County Metro Athletic Conference bragging rights belong to the Crosspoint Christian School basketball teams, for now.

Crosspoint swept The Fulton School in St. Albans Monday in league action.

Crosspoint’s boys won 53-30 while the girls won, 45-28.

The Crosspoint teams return home next Tuesday, Nov. 28, against Christian Academy of Greater St. Louis (CAGSL). The girls game starts at 6 p.m. with the boys game to follow.

Boys

Crosspoint (2-0) used a 19-0 first quarter to basically end the game in the first half on the way to a 53-30 victory. Fulton School responded in the second quarter and it was 24-9 at the intermission.

The Cougars had another surge in the third quarter and led 37-15 after three quarters.

Sam Coons led Crosspoint’s attack with 18 points, five rebounds, two assists and a steal.

AJ Nantz netted eight points, six rebounds, four assists and a steal.

Nic Blocker scored seven points with five steals, three rebounds and one assist.

Isaiah Weible scored seven points with two rebounds.

Nate Davis posted five points, eight rebounds and three assists.

Clay Williams scored four points while adding eight rebounds, three steals and a blocked shot.

Aaron Lockwood scored four points with four rebounds.

David Coroama recorded five rebounds, two assists and two steals. Isaac Thomas pulled in three rebounds. Jonathan Aholt ended with one steal.

Girls

The Lady Cougars picked up their first win of the season, beating Fulton School, 45-28.

“It was good to see the girls playing with more confidence than we did in our first game last week,” Crosspoint Head Coach Eric Winslow said. “Our girls passed the ball better in this game and were able to get in position for better shots.”

Crosspoint led 8-5 after one quarter and surged in the second eight minutes to lead 20-9 at the break.

Crosspoint held a 32-17 lead after three quarters.

“I was proud of the girls for holding the lead throughout the game and excited about the rest of the season,” Winslow said.

Hannah Kudsvig was Crosspoint’s player of the game with 17 points. She also had seven rebounds, four assists and a steal.

Sara Blackburn recorded a double-double with 12 points and 15 rebounds for the game. She also had four steals and an assist.

Emily Bratch ended the game with eight points and added two steals, one assist and one rebound.

Trinity Smith scored six points while Rachel Smith added two. Trinity Smith also had two rebounds, two steals and an assist.

Elaina Carson pulled in two rebounds.

Crosspoint was 5-14 from the free-throw line for the game and scored the rest from two-point range.

“We still need to improve on our shooting percentage and to work on tighter defense,” Winslow said. “Our next game is a home game against Christian Academy of Greater St. Louis Nov. 28 at 6 p.m.”